Jim, the reason for not finding a photo of the ship is because there was no ship. Like warspite1 says, production was cancelled very early. Just te keel was laid down and only production on 16" guns continued. Btw, all according to wikipedia which is citing:
Garzke, William H., Jr.; Dulin, Robert O., Jr. (1980). British, Soviet, French, and Dutch Battleships of World War II. London: Jane's. ISBN 0-7106-0078-X.
Raven, Alan; Roberts, John (1976). British Battleships of World War Two: The Development and Technical History of the Royal Navy's Battleship and Battlecruisers from 1911 to 1946. Annapolis, Maryland: Naval Institute Press. ISBN 0-87021-817-4.
Pretty genuine I think.
Also, that picture by Jorge_Stanbury can be found here:
Which presents a pretty solid discussion on the KG V class also showing drawings and a 3d model of the Lion next to our picture. All put together, it's all a big what-if . . . but I think it does show what the Lion might have looked like quite well!
PS (edited later):
Checked on the Lion/Temeraire construction with my "Nelson to Vanguard" book. That confirms construction stopped very soon after being laid down and only gun mounts construction continued. Simply put, these ships weren't. Ergo, picture is fake.
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